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Product description

An annual plant with a maturity period of 25 to 35 days. Leaves and seeds have a spicy mustard flavor. Leaves can be harvested once the plant is 4 to 5" (10-15 cm) tall. Fresh leaves are used for salads and side dishes and the seeds are added to marinades.

Planting instructions:  
Plant the mustard seed about three weeks before your last frost date. Plant your mustard seeds about an inch apart. 
Once they sprout, thin the seedlings so that they are 6 inches (15 cm) apart.
Once mustard seed plants start growing, they need little care. They enjoy cool weather and will bolt (flower) quickly in warmer weather. While this may seem like a great thing if you are looking to grow mustard seeds, it is not. Mustard plants that bolt due to warm weather will produce poor flowers and seeds. It’s best to keep them on their normal flowering cycle to be able to harvest the best mustard seeds. Mustard seed plants need 2 inches (5 cm) of water a week. Normally, during cool weather, you should get enough rainfall to supply this, but if you don’t, you’ll need to do additional watering. Mustard seed plants don’t need fertilizer if they have been planted in well amended garden soil, but if you’re unsure if your soil is nutrient rich, you can add a balanced fertilizer to the roots once the plants are 3 to 4 inches (8-10 cm) tall.  As the mustard flower grows and matures, it will form pods. Watch for these pods to start to turn brown.

Seeds White Mustard Vegetable Garden Heirloom for Planting Non G

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